Success Stories: NIW Approval without RFE Won for Postdoctoral Research Associate in Plant Pathology from Turkey, Thanks to Our Excellent Expert Team


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April 8th2022 we received another one EB-2 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) approval for a postdoctoral research associate position in the field of plant pathology (Approval notice).

General area: Plant pathology

Position at the time of submission of the file: Postdoctoral Research Associate

Native country: Türkiye

State of residence at the time of filing: Wisconsin

Approval notice Date: April 8th2022

Processing time : 12 months, 13 days

Summary of the case:

A plant pathology expert from Turkey came to us to ask for help regarding his NIW (Renunciation of national interest) application. Since NIW is a subcategory of the EB2 nonimmigrant visa, it requires applicants to prove their worth to the United States through academic and professional excellence. So when we receive a client for NIWwe usually help them present their project in a way that highlights its importance to the country.

So, with our Turkish client, we made sure to present their research interests in great detail to the contracting authorities. We have shown that his proposed objective is to draw on his extensive experience in molecular biology, microbiology and plant biology to better understand host-pathogen interactions and improve and develop approaches to diagnosis and management of plant diseases to contribute to long-term sustainable agriculture. Our team has ensured that it has not gone unnoticed that their research advancing their proposed project is of great importance as it advances our understanding of host-pathogen interactions with applications to disease management. This means that the applications of his work are particularly important in the area of ​​global forest health management.

One of his 4 recommenders said the following about his work in the field and its importance:

“(The client’s) discovery that the virulence of Dothistroma septosporum has declined over time has global significance for forest health, particularly for coniferous forests which are primarily made up of pines and other foliage trees. in needles. Therefore, (the client’s) research is inherently valuable to global forestry and, by extension, to agriculture as well, as it helps develop better management practices to prevent Dothistroma septosporum and other pathogens from becoming more virulent.

It is because of the obvious national importance of the research that it was actually supported by funding from the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission and the Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association. At the same time, he has written at least 6 reviews to date for renowned national and international magazines in his field of study. His research has also resulted in 6 peer-reviewed journal articles (4 of which were first authored), which have been cited a total of 50 times according to Google Scholar, demonstrating that these publications are widely recognized and reliable in the field of research. plant pathology.

Along with this evidence, the letters of support he obtained did much to make the approval of his case possible. This would not have been possible without our team’s excellent work on his petition. We also thank our customer for their patience and trust in our services. We are grateful to him and wish him the best in all his future endeavors.

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